Hear from the millennials changing NZ workplaces

Young employees are shaking up workplaces across the country

Hear from the millennials changing NZ workplaces

Meet Charlotte Robertson, Senior Associate at Brookfields Lawyers, who is also the Australasian Vice President of the Young Insurance Professionals at the Millennial Workforce Summit NZ this May.  

Together with fellow millennials on a discussion panel, Robertson will share her insights on:

  • How an organisation can build a culture that will attract, engage and retain millennials
  • What keeps millennials motivated
  • How employers can meet millennials’ expectations of the workplace.

She will also divulge her secrets to achieving fast success.

Other program topics include sourcing talent for the workplace of the future; attracting and retaining ambitious millennials; and creating fast-track leadership programs for millennials.

View the full summit agenda for further information.

Early Bird offer ends on 13 April and it’s the last chance for NZ Lawyer readers to secure discounted rates. Or book a team pass for four delegates to save even more. 

Millennial Workforce Summit NZ will take place at the Pullman Auckland on Thursday 31 May 2018.


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